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5 Dec 2018
Singer Miley Cyrus who is still recovering after the Malibu wildfires there has been a reported case of a major theft at her storage unit. It is learnt that someone got into Cyrus's storage unit in the San Fernando Valley and made off with some valuable guitars. It is gathered that the total value of the…
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth
14 Nov 2018
Like Lady Gaga, celebrity couple, Miley Cyrus and her fiance, Liam Hemsworth have also joined in providing support towards the Woolsey fire. The duo of Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth who lost their Malibu home to the fire are donating 181,500,000 naira ($500,000) to the Woolsey fire relief efforts. In a statement released to E! News from Cyrus's…
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth
12 Nov 2018
Award-winning singer and actress, Miley Cyrus has made a return to social media following the wildfire that has affected the home of many celebrities. Considering she wrote a song about Malibu, it’s no surprise that the city’s destruction by wildfires has absolutely devastated her. Taking to social media on November 11th, she wrote an emotional past,…


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